At 90 percent capacity (At least). Ur missing the point . U must be very wealthy . Haha . Because ur acting like a client that made 25 percent last quarter on his money but wonders why 1 stock went down. Haha . Jk
The valley cats are an example of lower prices equals more people . If they doubled prices they would not sell nearly as many tickets I don't care how many or fewer games there are. We had around 6500 there yesterday I think . Let's see what happens later in the year not including homecoming . I will continue to pay the prices but as someone with a strong financial background I would rather drop the prices 20-30 percent or more and see what happens to attendance. Would u rather have 4000 people at 35 a ticket or 8000 at 20 a ticket?
I don't think the prices are outrageous, but to me it's about building a brand . More people equals more buzz. However I will revisit this thread at the end of the year and if we average 6000 not including homecoming (around 75 percent capacity),I will admit prices are right on. As the only game in town , and done correctly, we should be in a good financial situation .
My two cents, is that the product is slightly overpriced . The economic model I would try to follow is the valley cats . Very reasonable seats and food. They to sell out (or close to it) every game . Build an atmosphere then slowly raise prices . I love UA so I will attend but it's tough for a family of 4 to shell out 100 plus for seats to a mid level CAA college football team